Legal Advice for Health Care — 124 results
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 2 years ago.
Most states require the payor parent to maintain health and dental insurance for his children and to contribute to child care costs. Other states allow for these costs by deviating from... more
Written by attorney Mary Anne Vance, about 5 years ago.
You may have heard Health Care Directives popularly
referred to as Living Wills. They are
not a Will, which is a document that directs who should inherit your money if
you die. The Health... more
Written by attorney Kc Marie Knox, almost 3 years ago.
Formerly called a Living Will or Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care, an Advance Health Care Directive allows us to deal with the situation where decisions regarding our healthcare... more
Written by attorney Maura Curran, almost 3 years ago.
If you have a living will or a health care surrogate, collectively these are referred to as Health Care Directives, or HCD, you may be wondering what happens if you want to alter your... more
Written by attorney Richard Seward, about 5 years ago.
Health Care Reform: Client Impact
With the approval of the new health care bill, there has been a great deal of discussion, both positive and negative, about the proposed legislation. The... more
Written by attorney Christopher Zachar, almost 3 years ago.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas ranks worst in the nation in health care services and delivery, according to an annual scorecard issued by the Federal Agency for Health Care Research and Quality.... more
Written by attorney Thomas Esparza, almost 3 years ago.
How Are Immigrants Included in Health Care Reform?
Same access and requirements for affordable coverage as U.S.-born citizens
Limited federal... more
Written by attorney David Pastor, about 3 years ago.
The Advance Health Care Directive in Californiaprovides instructions for long term care as well as for organ donation if you so choose in the event that you cannot tell medical providers... more
Written by attorney Carol Peters, over 6 years ago.
Identify what kind of EOL/End Of Life care you want! Doctors take informed medical consent from you, as long as you are able to communicate. But if you are not, then who should... more
Written by attorney Ashley D. Adams, over 3 years ago.
Federal health care fraud prosecutionsin the first eight months of 2011 are on pace to rise 85% over last year, according to new government statistics. The sharp increase is largely... more